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New Sansevieria

Posted by PlanterMunn 7/ok (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 11, 05 at 10:53

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I picked this one up at the cactus and sucelent show. It had no tag. Any one know what it is. It is a small one I don't think it will gett a lot bigger.

As usual I only bought one and wish I had bought more.


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RE: New Sansevieria

It looks like my fisheri but I am not sure. I hope someone else will chime in here.

Kim


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RE: New Sansevieria

Thanks Kim

I think I will need to let it grow out some.


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RE: New Sansevieria

Plantermum, it could be S. fisheri, But first few leaves should be flat with a channel,(it changes three times at it matures.) and not cylindrical. It also could be a young S. cylindrica, or S. fruitcossa or several others. Wait and see, lets see if it gets growth runners. They will give us another clue. I'm not good at Iding the them from pictures, I need to feel them and see the real color. I have several plant that I could match that plant with. Norma


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RE: New Sansevieria

It looks to be a Sans. Bally 12681.


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